The enormously wealthy Romanov family that ruled Russia for decades ended with the assassinations of Czar Nicholas II and his family in 1917. The book To Keep a Secret begins with two Russian boys finding a box filled with expensive jewelry shortly after the assassinations. Many years later in Madison, Wisconsin, a young university student is working on two class projects when she meets a clerk in a used bookstore. Together, along with a secretary in the police department, they embark on a life-threatening adventure mixed with theft and murder. They learn how one person intends To Keep a Secret.
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About the Author
For the next thirty years he worked as an office equipment repairman, a biomedical equipment technician and as a elecommunications voice and data technician. He has been married to Judi for over thirty years and lived in Oregon, Wisconsin all that time. He studied painting, writing and sculpting and he has his private pilot's license. A clay sculpture that he created to honor veterans has been recreated in bronze and is in the Veteran's Memorial Park in DeForest Wisconsin.
Ken has written two books. The first, "The Road to Parral" is a historical fiction account of the assassination of Pancho Villa. His second book, "To Keep a Secret" is a mystery set in Madison Wisconsin. It involves murder and the jewels belonging to the Czar Nicholas Family of Russia.